Identity in the Age of Cloud Computing
by J. D. Lasica
Publisher: The Aspen Institute 2009
Number of pages: 110
As information, software and identity move to the cloud, the roundtable explores the transformative possibilities of this new computing paradigm for culture, commerce and personal communication. The report considers potential consequences for privacy, governance and security, and it includes policy recommendations and advice for the new presidential administration.
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